LOOKING BACK IN HISTORY

1902

The Mile Long Bridge was a wooden bridge, 4,623 fee long and about 30 feet wide.

It spanned the Hampton River, connecting the beaches of Hampton and Seabrook.

Source of Phot: John D. Fogg (1891-1981)

The cost of this enlargement and frame was paid for by the Seabrook Women's Club.

If you have any pictures or "old time" stories, please let us know 

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